It’s been one hell of a year for Limp Bizkit. Starting out as the music industry pariah after their Woodstock 99 actions were showcased on Bill Simmons’ HBO music documentary series Music Box: Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage. Limp Bizkit had been outcast for years after the fall of the Nu-Metal prominence and the Woodstock documentary was a renewed memory of why. But, there was an undercurrent that also existed. 30 and 40-somethings remembering their adolescent music and dusting off their old records.
Everything changed when they showed up and put on an incredible set at Lollapalooza this summer. Fred Durst decked out in his well aged dad vibe look gave the band a revived, more mature look. Thankfully the sound was the same great Limp Bizkit we know and love.
How appropriate that they follow up that Lollapalooza set and the revival of the band with a album titled Limp Bizkit Still Sucks. While some may think that they suck, their fans know they are still every bit as good as they were in the late nineties and early 2000’s and album fits perfectly within that era of the band.